Free Ground Shipping on More Products! Click here!

Far East of Eden 2: Manji Maru Super CD-Rom2  (Turbo Grafx 16) Imported

Release Date: 03/26/1992

Format:NTSC-J

Add to wishlist

Far East of Eden 2: Manji Maru Super CD-Rom2
Turbo Grafx 16
  • Publisher: Hudson Soft
  • Genre: PC-Engine
  • Platform: Turbo Grafx 16

Used

Used

Usually ships within 24 hours

Price: $6.75 - $13.50

The complete condition of pre-owned Far East of Eden 2: Manji Maru Super CD-Rom2 includes Case, Manual

NOTE: DLC or online access codes may not available and may require additional purchase on preowned games. Product images are stock photos and may differ from what are available. If you perfer to receive a specific version of the same title, please use "my message to estarland" from checkout page.

Trade

Trade-in Today and Get Up to: $4.50

TRADE IN

SPECIAL NOTES

TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine CD based games have no region protection and Far East of Eden 2 SUPER CD-ROM2 game is compatible with all:

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Far East of Eden 2: Manji Maru Super CD-Rom2 (TurboGrafX-16 / PC Engine - Japan Version)

King Yomi of the race of Earth, descended from the stalk of the giant Dark Orchid, was finally banished deep underground by the Fire Clan and the seven sacred swords. A thousand years later, a Tycoon with designs on Zipangu breaks the seal and releases Yomi and the Dark Orchid. It is up to the tender boy general and descendent of the Fire Clan, Sengoku Manji-maru, along with his friends, the flamboyant Kabuki Danjuro, the ferociously powerful Gokuraku Taro, and the mysterious, star-crossed Kinu, to stand up to the beasts of the race of Earth.

Set in the fictional but distinctively Japanese world of Zipangu, the game's sprawling, out-of-this-world adventures track the hero of the race of Fire as he battles the great demon of the Earth....the game astoundingly sold nearly as many copies as its platform sold consoles. It has enjoyed enduring popularity, long sitting at the top of fan voting in gaming magazines. With over three thousand characters, an all-star cast of narrators including Kyoko Kishida, three hours of narration, twenty thousand map screens, animated sequences around every corner, and the full orchestra sound of Joe Hisaishi, you don't have to look hard to find the many ways in which Tengai Makyo II rewrote the book on RPGs. Each of these elements serves to develop and enhance the human dramas of the game's labyrinthine story.